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HERITAGE EDITION 
FOCUSING ON FIFTY YEARS 




TATTLER 
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The Class of 1964 is proud to 
be the fiftieth class to graduate 
from Williamsburg High School. 
Therefore, we choose as our 
yearbook theme the Golden Anni- 
versary of our school. 

About fifty years ago the stu- 
dent body of Williamsburg out- 
grew the school building presently 
known as the Grange Hall. 
Through the interest and generos- 
ity of Helen E . James, a new six- 
room school was built in 1914. 
Twenty -four years later a gift 



ears of Growing 



A Heritage of Community Cooperation 




from Miss Elizabeth Spellman made possible the construction of an addition which 
would meet the needs of the evergrowing community. The result of these two gifts 
is the building which is so familiar to us today. 

During the years the community, faculty, and students have cooperated to make 
Williamsburg High School the fine school it is. Miss Anne T. Dunphy, long time 
principal of Williamsburg High School, expanded the curriculum to give preparation 
for careers and to meet requirements for all colleges. Through Miss Dunphy's and 
other faculty members' efforts, Williamsburg High School graduates are admitted to 
the finest colleges, enter various technical and specialized schools, and receive good 
jobs . Today Williamsburg High School takes its place among the best schools in the 
Commonwealth . 

We as seniors sincerely hope that those empowered with authority will continue to 
expand and improve educational facilities for the benefit of future classes as others 
before them have done for us . 

S. J. C. 






Mr. Donald J. Buss 
Principal 



Mr. Earl Tonet 

Vice -Principal 

History 



Mrs. Ann Graves 
Secretary 





Mrs. Eleanor Bart 

Commercial Studies 

World Geography 



Mr. Joseph Bart 
Science 





Mr. Robert Branch 
Mathematics 



Mrs. Anna Curtis 
English 



Mrs. Hilda DeNood 
French 






Mr. George Feiker 
Guidance Counselor 



Mr. Ulrich Fontaine 
German 



Mr. David Grills 
Physical Education 






Mrs. Frances Grinnell 
Commercial Studies 



Mrs. Margaret 
Halberstadt 
English - Librarian 



Miss Olive Healy 
Music Supervisor 






Mr. Basilio 

Henri ques, Jr. 

Science 



Mrs. Evelyn Kmit 

Physical Education 

World History 



Mr. Paul Knight, III 

Mathematics 
Consumer Education 






Mrs. Marjorie 


Mr. George Mercer 


Mr. Herbert 


McKusick 


Science 


Montebello 


Latin - Ancient History 




Social Studies 






Miss Gloria Narbin 
English 



Mrs. Marie Packard 
English 



Mr. Merrill Bisbee 
Custodian 




DEDICATION 



The Class of 1964 is especially honored to dedicate this issue of the Tattler 
to all those who have contributed their services to the development of our 
school into the institute of high standards that it is today. These farsighted 
people deserve our deepest gratitude for the many ways in which they have 
made possible the opportunity for us to grow steadily into adults of greater 
knowledge and character. 





SENIORS 



VALERIE JEAN ADAIR 
"Val" 
"Meekness is not weakness" 
Drill Team 1,2; Glee Club lj 
Pro Merito. 





ALDEN EVERETT BACON III 

"Bake" 
"Life is one long process of 
being tired. " 

Chess Club 2,4; Dramatics 1; 
Science Club 4. 



DOUGLAS EARLE BANCROFT 
"Doug" 
"Sedate, sober, silent" 
Science Club 3, 4. 




OLIVER PAUL BISHOP, JR. 
"Ollie" 
"The only way to get rid of a 
temptation is to yield to it. " 



ELDEEN BROOKS 
"Deen" 
"To be born without envy is 
the surest sign that one pos- 
sesses greatness. " 
Basketball 1,2,3; Historian 3. 




MARY KATHERINE 
CHEVERETTE 
"Mary" 
"Deeds, not words, shall speak 
me. " 

Art Club 2; Secretary 3, 4; 
Drill Team 1,2; Newspaper 4; 
Science Club 3,4; Tattler 
Staff 4. 




This page was made possible through the contribution of 
GRAVES EQUIPMENT INC. , Northampton, Massachusetts 




RICHARD LAWRENCE CHILDS 

"Dick" 
"Books cannot always please, 
however good; Minds are not 
ever craving for their food. " 




KENNETH DONALD CROSS 
"Poncho" 
"Never say more than is 
necessary. " 



SARAH JOSEPHINE CURTIS 
"Sally" 
"Diligence is the mother of 
all fortune. " 

Cheerleader 1 , 2, 3, 4; His- 
torian 1; Glee Club 1; Pro 
Merito; Science Club 3,4; 
Softball 1,2; Tattler Editor 
4. 





CHARLES NICHOLAS DOS TIE 

"Nick" 
"The truth is always the 
strongest argument. " 
Chess Club 2, 4; Vice-Presi- 
dent 2; Debating 1,2; Science 
Club 1,2; Tattler Sports 
Editor 4. 




DENNIS GEORGE DUFRESNE 
"Denny" 
"Sensible men never tell. " 





CARL STEPHEN ELDRED 
"Carl" 
"The human race has only 
one really effective weapon 
and that is laughter. " 
President 3; Treasurer 2,4; 
Cross Country 1,2,3; Student 
Guide 3, 4. 



STUART JAMES ESTES, JR. 
"Stu" 
"Never promise more than 
you can perform. " 
Chess Club 2,4; Science 
Club 2. 





BARBARA FERRANTE 
"Barb" 
"Virtue is bold and goodness 
never fearful. " 
Art Club 2; Debating 4; 
Dramatics 2, 3; Library Aid 
2; Newspaper 4; Science 
Club 2,4; Tattler Staff 4. 








DEBORAH THAYER FEIKER 
"Peaches" 
"Life is not life at all with- 
out delight. " 

Basketball 1,2,3,4; Vice- 
President 4; Debating 2, 3, 4; 
Glee Club 1; Library Aid 1, 
2,3,4; Newspaper 4; Press 
Club 4; Student Council 4; 
Tattler Sports Editor 4. 




ROBIN MARIA FROST 
"Rob" 
"The highest of distinctions 
is service to others. " 
Debating 1,2,3,4; Drill 
Team 1,2; Library Aid 1,2, 
3; Newspaper Assistant Editor 
4; Pro Merito; Press Club 4; 
Science Club 1,2,3,4; 
Student Council 4; Tattler 
Activities Editor 4. 



HELEN ADELINE FOGG 
"Helen" 
"I would be busy too. " 
Dramatics 4; Drill Team 2; 
Glee Club 1; Softball 1,2, 3, 
4; Tattler Staff 4. 




ELLEN MAE GRANGER 
"Ellen" 
"It is a point of wisdom to be 
silent when occasion requires. 
Basketball 1,2,3,4. 




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MARCIA ANN HIXON 
"Marcia" 
"A wise scepticism is the first 
attribute of a good critic. " 
Newspaper 4; Pro Merito; 
Science Club 1,2,3,4; Tattler 
Staff 4. 



RICHARD HOWARD 
HARRY, JR. 
"Rick" 
"A heart fortified, a mind 
impatient. " 

Baseball 1,2,3,4; Student 
Council 2. 





KRISTIN INGRID HEALY 
"Kris" 
"The only way to have a 
friend is to be one. " 
Basketball 2,3,4; Dramatics 
4; Glee Club 1; Softball 1, 
Co-captain 2, 3, 4. 






PAUL RUSSELL HUMPHREY 
"Russ" 
"A man of action forced into 
a state of thought is unhappy 
until he can get out of it. " 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 
1,2,3,4; Student Guide 3. 



DIANE LOIS HURD 
"Diane" 
"She doeth little kindnesses 
which most leave undone. " 
Drill Team 1; Glee Club 1. 






GERALD ELMER HURTEAU 
"Gerry" 
"So many words, so much to 
do, so little done, such things 
to be. " 



This page was made possible through the contribution of 
WESTERN MASSACHUSETTS ELECTRIC COMPANY, Northampton, Massachusetts 



DONALD WILLIAM HUTCHINS 

"Hutch" 
"Practice is the best of all 
instructions. " 

Baseball 1, 2, 3, Co-captain 
4; Basketball 1,2, 3, Captain 
4; Treasurer 3; President 4; 
Cross Country 2, 3, Co-captain 
4; Newspaper 4; Pro Merito; 
Student Council, Student 
Guide 3,4; Tattler Business 
Manager 4. 





LINDA MAE KELLOGG 
"Linda" 
"Petite, charming, and 
pleasant to be with. " 
Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4; His- 
torian 2; Glee Club 1; Soft- 
ball 2,3,4; Tattler Staff 4. 




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IRENE ANN KENNEY 
"Renie" 
"I have often regretted my 
speech; never my silence. " 
Basketball 1. 




SHIRLEY LOUISE 
LIIMATAINEN 
"Lemon" 
"It is not enough to do good; 
one must do it the right 
way. " 

Glee Club 1; Softball 1,2,3, 
4. 



DONALD ROBERT KOSIOR 
"Don" 
"He knows not when to be 
silent who knows not when 
to speak. " 

Chess Club 2; Dramatics 2, 
3,4; Newspaper 4; Science 
Club 1,2,3; Tattler Staff 4. 



CHRISTINE MAGARGAL 
"Chris" 

"No man is happy who doth 
not think himself so. " 
Basketball 3; Co-captain 4; 
Cheerleader 1; Co-captain 2; 
Vice-President 1; Dramatics 
2; Drill Team 1; Glee Club 
1; Tattlef Staff 4. 







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ARDITH ANN MAJKOWSKI 

"Ardie" 
"In her tongue is the law of 
kindness. " 
Dramatics 4; Glee Club 1. 




ALEXANDER PETER 
MASLOWSKI 
'Alex" 
"I have never regretted my 
speech, never my silence. " 
Cross Country 1,2,3,4. 



JOHN BERTRAM MATHERS 

"John" 
"Who does not befriend him- 
self by doing good?" 
Baseball 2; Chess Club 2,4; 
Dramatics 2,3,4; Newspaper 
4; Press Club 4; Science Club 
1,2,3; Tattler Staff 4. 




MICHAEL LOUIS MAZUR 
"Mike" 
"Let the world slide by. " 




ALAN WILFRED MENARD 
"Alan" 
"A little nonsense now and 
then is relished by the best 
of men. " 





PHILIP DON MOLLISON 
"Phil" 
"I never met a man I didn't 
like. " 



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SANDRA MAE MONTAGUE 
"Sandy" 

Be silent and safe -- Silence 
never betrays you. " 
Secretary 1; Dramatics; Glee 
Club 1; Newspaper 4; Pro 
Merito; Science Club 3,4; 
Tattler Staff 4. 





EILEEN MARTHA NORRIS 
"Eileen" 
"Humility, like darkness, 
reveals the heavenly light. " 
Dramatics 4; Drill Team 1; 
Glee Club 1; Newspaper 4; 
Science Club 3,4; Tattler 
Staff 4. 




JEAN KAREN NIETSCHE 
"Jean" 
"A friend is a present you 
give yourself. " 
Dramatics 3; Science Club 
2,3. 

CHERYL DAWN NUGENT 
"Sherry" 
"Eat, drink, and be merry. " 
Basketball 2,4; Dramatics 
3,4; Drill Team 1,2; Soft- 
ball 2; Tattler Staff 4. 







KATHERINE ELIZABETH 
MORAN 
"Kathy" 
"Who hath not served cannot 
command. " 

Basketball Manager 3; De- 
bating 1, 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 
1,2; Newspaper Editor 4; 
Pro Merito; Press Club 3,4; 
Science Club 1,2,3,4; Soft- 
ball Co-manager 2, 3,4; 
Student Council 3,4; Tattler 
Assistant Editor 4. 



SUSAN LOVELL NUTTING 
"Sue" 
"Life without mirth is a lamp 
without oil. " 

Cheerleader 1 , 2, 3, 4; Drama- 
tics 2,3,4; Student Council 
2,3; Tattler Staff 4. 




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CAROL LADD OTIS 
"Otie" 
"The reward of a thing well 
done is to have done it. " 
Vice-President 3; Dramatics 
1,2,3; Glee Club 1; Pro 
Merito; Press Club 4; Science 
Club 2,3. 




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JOYCE CATHERINE PACKARD 

"Joyce" 
"Her voice was ever soft, 
gentle, and low, an excel- 
lent thing in women. " 
Dramatics 3; Drill Team 1,2. 



PATRICIA JEAN REDDING TON 

"Pat" 
"No one knows what he can do 
till he tries. " 

Basketball 1,2,3,4; President 
1; Dramatics 1,2,3,4; Soft- 
ball 1,2; Tattler Staff 4. 




FRANCIS ELBERT RINEHART 

"Fritz" 
"The most useless day of all 
is that which we have not 
laughed. " 




KATHLEEN MARY SCOTT 
"Kathy" 
"A horse, a horse, My king- 
dom for a horse ! " 








NANCY JEAN SENECAL 
"Nancy" 
"Her will to work, her hope 
to succeed are all the tilings 
she'll ever need. " 
Cheerleader 1,2, 3; Captain 
4; Treasurer 1; Secretary 2; 
Dramatics 2,3,4; Glee Club 
1; Newspaper 4; Softball 1,2; 
Tattler Staff 4. 



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THOMAS WILLIAM SROCZYK JOSEPH JOHN SULLIVAN, JR. 



"Tom" 
"Men of few words are the 
best men! " 

Dramatics 2,3; Science Club 
2. 



"Joe" 
"The value of life lies not in 
the length of days, but in the 
use we make of them. " 
Dramatics 2,3,4; Newspaper 
4; Science Club 1,2,3; Tattler 3,4; Manager 2 
Staff 4. 



HENRY EDWARD THOMAS ROBERTA JEAN TILLEY 

"Henry" "Berty" 

"Every day should be passed "An abode without birds is [ 

as if it were to be our last. " like meat without seasonic. 

Baseball 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3, Art Club 2; Debating 1; 

4; President 2; Cross Country Library Aid 1; Newspaper 4 

Press Club 4; Science Club 
2,3,4. 



DANIEL WOODRUFF WALSH 

"Danny" 
"As many men, so many 
minds, everyone nis own 
way. " 

Cross Country 2, 3; Co-captain 
4; Newspaper 4; Science Club 4; 
Student Council 3; Student Guide 
4; Tattler Staff 4. 



NANCY LOUISE WEBB 
"Nancy" 
"When you are good to others 
you are best to yourself. " 
Dramatics 3,4; Drill Team 
1,2; Glee Club 1; Newspaper 
4; Science Club 3,4; Tattler 
Staff 4. 



JEFFREY RICHARD WELLS 

"Jeff" 
"The greatest thing in the 
world is to know how to be 
sufficient unto oneself. " 
Baseball 2,3,4; Basketball 
2, 3,4; Chess Club 4; Student 
Guide 3, 4. 















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The Class Will of 1 964 



Valerie Adair leaves her quiet ways to Pam Donovan. 

Mary Cheverette leaves for the Williams House. 

Dennie Dufresne leaves the freshman and sophomore girls crying. 

Alden Bacon leaves his cigars to Tim Barrus . 

Carol Otis leaves all her outlines and old tests to any future "Smithie." 

John Mathers isn't leaving until he makes up those tests for Mr. Branch. 

Eileen Norris leaves wondering if she should have studied more for her finals . 

Jean Nietsche leaves for the Look Restaurant . 

Henry Thomas leaves singing, "Happy Days Are Here Again." 

Nick Dostie leaves happily. 

Joyce Packard leaves Mr. Tonet confused. 

Marcia Hixon leaves Mrs . DeNood in a quandary, wondering whether or not she has 

gone to gym . 
Roberta Tilley leaves her bicycle to Ann Graves so she can deliver the BUGLE faster . 
Sandy Montague leaves a partly dissected frog to anyone who has the stomach to finish 

it. 
Stuart Estes leaves to start his own chess club. 
Debbie Feiker leaves blowing kisses to the underclassmen. 
Gerry Hurteau leaves for parts unknown. 
Robin Frost leaves Kate unchaperoned . 

Ollie Bishop leaves loving memories with Mrs. DeNood and Mrs. Packard. 
Sally Curtis is more than happy to leave physics behind. 
Pat Reddington leaves her flirting to Linda Childs . 
Jeff Wells hopes to leave his nickname "Jocko" behind. 

Kenneth Cross leaves his revised English grammar book to Mrs. Packard. 
Diane Hurd leaves ... or does she? 

Don Hutchins leaves for a much needed rest from his school activities . 
Don Kosior and Joe Sullivan leave together . 

Russ Humphrey leaves saying, "Did I ever tell you about the time I . 
Kathy Moran leaves her scholastic abilities to anyone who thinks he could handle them 
Irene Kenney leaves her height to Dotty Sylvester . 
Ardie Majkowski leaves Chris Watkins lonesome. 
Tom Scroczyk leaves . 
Helen Fogg leaves her sister in peace. 

Linda Kellogg leaves her cheerleading ability to Fred Houle . 
Kathy Scott slips out without being seen. 
Deen Brooks leaves an empty stool at the Snack Bar. 
Doug Bancroft leaves worrying about his marks . 

Barbara Ferrante can't leave; her finger is caught in her typewriter . 
Dick Childs leaves Mrs. DeNood' s blackboards erased. 
Chris Magargal leaves her teachers wondering . 
Fritz Rinehart leaves following Chris . 

Kris Healy leaves a supply of unused combs to Judy Richardson. 
Nancy Senecal leaves looking for Ricky. 

Sue Nutting leaves her membership on all dance committees to Judy Larkin. 
Rick Harry swaggers out. 

Alex Masloski gladly leaves cross-country practice behind. 
Nancy Webb leaves her teachers' ears strained. 
Ellen Granger leaves her quiet dignity to Nancy Merritt. 
Sherry Nugent leaves for Germany. 
Phil Mollison leaves because everyone else is . 
Carl Eldred reluctantly leaves Linda Masloski. 

Dan Walsh leaves his pin- striped shirts to some deserving prep school boy. 
Mike Mazur leaves at 90 m.p.h. 
Shirley Liimatainen leaves before anyone else . 
Al Menard finally leaves . 



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Personalities 




BEST LOOKING 
Pat Reddington -- Rick Hany 



CLASS ARTISTS 
Debbie Feiker -- Fritz Rinehart 



DONE THE MOST FOR WHS 
Kathy Moran -- Don Hutchins 





QUIETEST 
Valerie Adair -- Douglas Bancroft 




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BEST NATURED 
Joyce Packard -- Phil Mollison 



MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 
Robin Frost -- John Mathers 




MOST SERIOUS 
Ellen Granger — Nick Dostie 



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MOST DEPENDALBE 
Sally Curtis -- Joe Sullivan 




MOST STUDIOUS 
Carol Otis -- Ken Cross 








MOST ATHLETIC 
Kris Healy -- Jeff Wells 



WITTIEST 
Sherry Nugent -- Alan Menard 



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MOST POPULAR 
Nancy Senecal -- Henry Thomas 



MOST COURTEOUS 
Sandra Montague -- Gerry Hurteau 




BEST DRESSED 
Irene Kenney -- Alex Masloski 



CLASS ACTRESS -- ACTOR 
Sue Nutting -- Tom Sroczyk 




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Mr. George Feiker, who has helped us to use our high school 
education to the best advantage - 



The class of 1964 has set aside this page 
to express its gratitude to the class advisors 
for their time and effort. 





Mrs . Hilda DeNood, who has given us invaluable help with 
all our class projects. 



And Mr. Joseph Bart, who has added 
a helpful, humorous touch to our 
senior year. 



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Juniors cio 




FIRST ROW: Lavinia DeNood, Eileen Adair, Joan Fogg, Mary Ford, Candy Black, Rene Brisbois, 
Linda Dufresne, Pamela Donovan, Gail Fountain, Andrea Kellogg, Carolyn Bisbee. SECOND ROW: 
Veronica Finch, Linda Carver, Sally Howes, Lucianne Clark, Marjorie Beebe, Geraldine Gromelski, 
Linda Bishop, Cheryl Blackmer, Cheryl Fuller, Deborah Hathaway. THIRD ROW: Peter Aloisi, Arthur 
Clapp, Richard Eaton, David Greene, Robert Bushee, Robert Kosior. FOURTH ROW: Dale Howes, 
Joseph Kajka, Fred Houle, Michael Houle. 




FIRST ROW: Marguerite Walsh, Patricia Vachula, Lynn Sylvester, Mary Morton, Linda West, Mary 
Jane Selvatico, Janice Watkins, Kathleen Moynahan, Katherine Wilkinson, Diane Wales. SECOND 
ROW: Jerome Sherk, Edward Lloyd, Angela Vayda, Patricia Reinle, Milenna McCoy, Elaine Sears, 
Barbara Stone, Judith Larkin, John Warner, Richard Watling. THIRD ROW: Steven Snow, David Robb, 
David Mathers, Stephen Mollison, Philip Russell, Kent Montgomery, Donald LaPalm. FOURTH ROW: 
Arthur Wright, Henry Parsons, Robert LeBeau, Stanley Kroll, Harry Pegg, Clyde Warriner, Christopher 
Watkins. 



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Sophomores 




FIRST ROW: Margaret Geary, Jean Batura, Janis Donovan, Carol Blanchet, Sarah Chin, Ruth Ellen 
Delisle. SECOND ROW: David Bickford, Madeline Breen, Norma Adair, Joyce Culver, Karen Graham, 
Doris Dion, Nancy Boyer, Timothy Barrus. THIRD ROW: John Bisbee, Gerald Emerson, John Campbell, 
Thomas Hathaway, Peter Foote, Robert Goss. 




FIRST ROW: Linda Stone, Judith Nietsche, Suzanne Pelissier, Penelope Pomeroy, Nancy McAvoy, Joan 
Holroyd, Patricia LeVesque. SECOND ROW: Dorothy Sylvester, Michele McDonough, Eileen Wells, 
Patricia Lockwood, Evelyn Thomas, Maybelle Pash, Sydney Williston, Jane Parsons, Martha Judd, 
Sarah Thomas, Cynthia Packard. THIRD ROW: Judith Richardson, Susan Healy, Wayne Martin, Robert 
Otis, David Korowski, Susan Otis, Nancy Merritt. FOURTH ROW : Kenneth Stone, Michael O'Neill, 
David Marchand, Richard Pinard, Daniel Krug, Philip Lapan. 



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Freshmen 

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FIRST ROW: Jane Clark, Nancy Buffum, Judith Banister, Kathleen Bisbee, Sylvia Culver, Lynda 
Childs, Rita Balise, Susan Fuller. SECOND ROW: Jeffery Green, Dorothy Church, Rebecca Ells, 
Kathleen Frost, Gail Johndrow, Margaret Clark, Robert Hathaway, Alfred Cone. THIRD ROW: 
Michael Harry, Michael Eaton, Alan Adair, Roy Beals, Frederick Goodhue. FOURTH ROW: Richard 
Hillenbrand, Wayne Beebe, David Beaudoin. 



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MRST ROW: Barbara Kajka, Marsha Skwira, Carla Swanda, Marilyn Menard, Evelyn Newcomb, 
Helcne Miller, Lindsay Mosher. SECOND ROW: Anthony Seymour, Paula Mitchell, Barbara Turner, 
Linda Munson, Delphinc MeDonough, Donald Law ton. THIRD ROW: Coiy Stout, Curtis Mercicr, 
Peter Warren, Peter Montague, James LeBeau, Philip Webb, James Wells. FOURTH ROW: John John- 
drow, Edgar Judd, Stephen LaValley, James Russell, Christopher Bowen. 



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ACTI VITIE S 



Student Guides 









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FIRST ROW: Dale Howes, Donald Hutchins, Carl Eldred, Jeffrey Wells. SECOND ROW: Edward 
Lloyd, Steven Snow, David Robb, Michael Houle, Fred Houle, Daniel Walsh. 



Student Counci 




FIRST ROW: Kathcrinc Moran, Rebecca Ells, Donald Hutchins, Philip Lapan, Carl Eldred. SECOND 
ROW: William Graves, Steven Snow, Pamela Donovan, Janis Donovan, Jean Batura, Linda Munsen, 
Judith Larkin, Deborah Feiker, Robin Frost, Edward Lloyd. 



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Pro Merito 




Seniors, in 1964, who are members of Pro Merito. FIRST ROW: Eldeen Brooks, Katherine 
Moran, Marcia Hixon, Chris Magargal, Carol Otis. SECOND ROW: Mary Cheverette, Robin 
Frost, Sarah Curtis, Donald Hutchins, Sandra Montague, Shirley Liimatainen, Valerie Adair. 




Outside the office door hangs the 
charter of membership in the Pro 
Merito Society. This states that Wil- 
liamsburg High School "having in its 
course of study and in its standards of 
scholarship fulfilled all requirements 
for membership, was authorized in the 
year 1917 to organize a charter of the 
Pro Merito Society." 



Pro Merito, 1935. FIRST ROW: E. Russell, 
D. Metz, E. Wheeler, C Warner. SECOND 
ROW: R. Bradford, E. Rustemeyer, A. Bisbee . 




Juniors, in 1964, who are members of Pro Merito. SEATED: Elaine Sears, Barbara Stone, 
Marjorie Beebe, Gail Fountain, Cheryl Blackmer . STANDING: Sally Howes, Katherine 
Wilkinson, Jerome Sherk, John Warner, Richard Watling, Henry Parsons . Absent: Lavinia 
DeNood, Dale Howes. 



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The Tattf 




The Uriquomonh 






Published by the Students of the Williamsburg High School 
Williamsburg, Massachusetts, June 1916 



Editors in Chief 



Jennie Kiely 

Belle Bates 
Clarence Larkin 
Fay Page 



Pearl Anderson 



Associate Editors 

Miss A. T. Dumphy 
Ruth Brooks 
Thomas Wells 

Meverette Smith 



The earliest available Williamsburg High School yearbook is the 
twenty-one page UNQUOMONK of 1916. This is more of a literary 
magazine than a yearbook, containing an editorial, short stories, and 
poems . One of the poems, "A Tribute to Cicero, " was written by Fay- 
Page, Mrs. McKusick's sister. Other persons of note mentioned in 
the UNQUOMONK are Anne T. Dunphy, Roswell Jorgensen, present 
president of the Haydenville Savings Bank, and Leonard Walpole, now 
RFD mail-carrier. In 1916 Williamsburg High had both girls' and 
boys' basketball teams, a baseball team, a tennis club, and the only 
cricket team in the area. A fact which must have limited the number 
of matches . In addition, there was a Glee Club, an Honor Society, an 
Alumni Association, and a very active Debate Society. 

The 1923 yearbook, the next one available, is named THE TAT- 
TLER, a name which has remained unchanged over the years. The 
class of 1923 boasted a membership of sixteen, five pupils in the 
college course and eleven in the general . This issue is similar to 
that of 1916. One especially interesting article mentions students 
riding home on the trolley which ran between Northampton and the old 
depot. Two of Williamsburg's prominent citizens -- Margaret Trainor 
(now Mrs. Francis Heafey), principal of the Haydenville Center School 
and John Breguet, businessman and town moderator for over twenty- 
five years, graduated in the class of 1923. 

The 1924 TATTLER contained pictures for the first time and was 
adorned with the school seal . In addition to a picture and an article 
about each class, there are pictures of the girls' and boys' basket- 
ball teams . Articles are to be found on the activities of the Debate 
Society, baseball team, and Glee Club. A school orchestra of five 
pieces was formed in 1924 and four pieces were added later. 

As one looks through THE TATTLER of 1964, one can see the pro- 
gress made since the first attempts to publish a yearbook. This pro- 
gress reflects the progressive attitudes of the citizens of Williams- 
burg to provide the best education possible for the future citizens of 
our country . 




trough the Years 




SEATED -- Robin Frost, Activities Editor; Katherine Moran, Assistant Editor; 
Sarah Curtis, Editor; STANDING -- Charles Dostie, Boys' Sports Editor; Don- 
ald Hutchins, Business Manager; Deborah Feiker, Girls' Sports Editor. 




FIRST ROW: Susan Nutting, Linda Kellogg, 
Eldeen Brooks, Mary Cheverette, Barbara 
Ferrante, Nancy Webb, Shirley Liimatainen. 
SECOND ROW: Deborah Feiker, Robin Frost, 
Nancy Senecal, Katherine Moran, Sarah 
Curtis, Sandra Montague, Eileen Norris, 
Marcia Hixon, Chris Magargal. STANDING: 
Donald Hutchins, John Mathers, Danny 
Walsh, Joseph Sullivan, Carl Eldred, 
Charles Dostie, Donald Kosior, Cheryl 
Nugent, Diane Hurd, Patricia Reddington. 



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Press Club 




FIRST ROW: Robin Frost. SECOND ROW: Carol Otis, Sarah Thomas, Lavinia DeNood, Roberta Tilley, 
Deborah Feiker. THIRD ROW: Katherine Moran, Michael Houle, John Mathers, David Robb, Richard 
Eaton. 



Newspaper 




FIRST ROW: Joseph Sullivan, Daniel Walsh, Robin Frost, Katherine Moran, Barbara Ferrante, John 
Mathers. SECOND) ROW: Lavinia DeNood, Deborah Feiker, Sarah Thomas, Roberta Tilley, Donald 
Hutchins, Donald Kosior, Nancy Webb, Mary Cheverette. THIRD ROW: Gail Fountain, Marcia Hixon, 
Sandra Montague, Eileen Norris. 



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Library Aides 




Left to right: Jerome Sherk, Joyce Culver, Joan Holroyd, Cynthia Packard, Lavinia DeNood. 



Glee Club 




FIRST ROW: Dorothy Church, Pamela Mitchell, Lucille Russell, Marilyn Menard, Evelyn Newcomb, Linda 
Munson, Helene Miller, Susan Fuller . SECOND ROW: Katherine Bisbee, Jeffry Green, James Wells, Curtis 
Mercier, Robert Hathaway, Cory Stout, Paula Pavelcsyk, Delphine McDonough . THIRD ROW: Linda Childs, 
Rita Balise, Carla Swanda, Sylvia Culver, Judith Banister, Marsha Skwira, Barbara Turner, Rebecca Ells . 
FOURTH ROW: Philip Russell, Wayne Beebe, Richard Hillenbrand, Frederick Goodhue, Chris Bowen, David 
Beaudoin. 



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Dramatilfi 






THF TAST OF THF I LA> 











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""ickard 
Sondr. Black 






Beryl, iced 1? 
Cicely, ifi j 1 




n Stimc 
Mary Sm.irt 
Mary Brewer 






Auni Caroline 




Jar 






M<s Manritt. Auni Carolines 


companion 


Ellen Jane Ames 






Mia MacUin. Riccy'i teacher 
DiviJ Tnompjon. Agnes' Sane 




BarKtr.i Comm 
Rohen Bisfcec 






H . rn^n, a muMc pupil 




Cornelia DcNood 






Lt Chyton ,.f tH, 




Will Woenkinj 











Dramatics Through the Yearsi 

For fifty years dramatics 
has played an important role 
in school life at Williamsburg 
High School. 

One of the earliest records 
of a play ever produced was ir 
1924 when the Senior Class, 
with the help of Miss Anne T 
Dunphy, presented "The 
Family Affair." 



Cast of "Who Killed Aunt Caroline?" directed by Mrs. Halberstadt 
in 1954. 




In 1954, as now, Mrs. Halberstadt 
was directing plays. 




The stars of "Two Cn 



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trough the Years. 




The cast of "Suitable for Charity"; Gerald Emerson, 
Ruthellen Delisle, Pamela Mitchell, Nancy Boyer, 
David Robb, and Richard Hillenbrand. 



Until recently, all the plays 
presented were by the Senior 
Class. In 1960, three one -act 
plays were produced, with the 
cast drawn from the entire 
student body, thus setting a 
tradition which has been fol- 
lowed ever since . 




Cast of "Two Crooks and a Lady"; Philip Lapan, 
Steven Snow, Judy Nietsche, Kristin Healy, Thomas 
Russell, and Cynthia Packard. 





-ady . 



Cast of "Antic Spring"; Dorothy Sylvester, Michael Houle, 
Elaine Sears, Richard Eaton. Judy Larkin. and Frederick 
Goodhue . 



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Debating Through t 







Debaters in 1936 
STANDING: Florence Lloyd, Phyllis Damon, Francis Packard, Ruth Barrus, Vernon 
West, Sheila Swenson, Howard Wilson, Winifred Packard . SEATED: Wendell Pittsinger, 
Annetta Barrus, Mrs. Raymond Warner, Miss Phyllis Baker, Robert Bisbee, Esther 
Clark. 



Among the extracurricular activities of Williamsburg High School debating has al- 
ways held a prominent place. Under the able direction of Mrs. Raymond Warner the 
debating society became so successful that Williamsburg debaters were invited to 
participate in the National Forensic League Speech Tournament held in May of 1937 
in Jacksonville, Illinois. Williamsburg received the invitation because of the active 
part which the school took in forensics in Massachusetts. 

More recently, Williamsburg High School has become a member of the Connecticu 
Valley Debate League in which its debaters have made an admirable showing against 
other area schools. Williamsburg debaters have also competed in tournaments at the 
University of Massachusetts, Amherst College, and Columbia University. 

With such a noteworthy past, future debating teams at Williamsburg have the basis 
for a bright and successful future. 




Debaters in 1939 
STANDING: Jeanne Everett, Velma Brown, Coach 
Philip Melody, Norma Nietsche, Helen Batura . 
SEATED: Rita Laflamme, Mrs. Warner, Marion 
Sabo . 



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Kirs 




Debate Team -- 1964 
SEATED: Deborah Feiker, Robin Frost, Kathy Wilkinson . STANDING: Kathy Moran, Barbara Ferr ante, Jerome 
Sherk, Chris Bowen, Peter Warren, Douglas Durham . 



The 1963-64 season of the Williamsburg High School Debating Team has been 
relatively successful. This year the two topics debated were as follows: Resolved: 
that the federal government should provide complete medical care for all citizens at 
the public expense, and the national topic, Resolved: that social security benefits 
should be extended to provide complete medical care . The debaters found the former 
topic to be strongly negative; the latter favored the affirmative side of the question. 

This year Williamsburg High School was host to the members of the Connecticut 
Valley Debate League for their fifth and sixth rounds of debate on January 14. Wil- 
liamsburg finished sixth in the league with a record of 10-14. 

In addition to debating in the league, Williamsburg High School debating teams 
also participated in a practice debate at Granby High School and a tournament at 
Columbia University. 




Our coach 



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Sc 



lence 



Club 




FIRST ROW: Mary Cheverette, Sec. ; Robin Frost, news reporter; Roberta Tilley, Pres. 
ROW: Harry Pegg, Treas. ; Steven Snow, V. Pres. ; Mr. George Mercer, advisor. 



SECOND 



In 1957, through the efforts of Mrs. Anne Belck and some interested students, 
a Science Club was formed. One of the first activities of the club was a field 
trip to Chesterfield Gorge . 

The Science Club now meets approximately once a month for a field trip, 
movie, or lecture. This year, under the direction of the officers, we have 
visited Quabbin Reservoir and Mt. Holyoke, seen various films, and planned 
a Science Fair, carrying on the tradition set by the first Science Club. 

Although the Science Club has been established only a short time, it has 
given its members enjoyment and satisfaction. 



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Latin Banquet 




Richard Eaton, money collector; Cynthia Packard, chairman of decoration committee; Janis Donovan, chair- 
man of program committee; Judith Nietsche, chairman of food committee; Sydney Williston, scribe; and 
Arthur Clapp, money collector. 



The fifth-annual Latin Banquet was held this year on May 2. The class of 
1961, as sophomores, held the first Latin Banquet in 1959. Since that time it 
has been the project of the Latin II class . 

This year's banquet was held in honor of Julius Caesar. The theme chosen by 
the decorating committee was a Roman house and garden with a smoking altar, 
indicating that sacrifices were being offered to the gods of Rome . 

The entertainment committee kept with Roman customs and had chariot races, 
gladiatorial combats, plays and skits . 

The meal, consisting of foods common in Roman day, was eaten in reclining 
positions as the Romans were accustomed to do. 



39 



School Li 



i 



We find in looking through school publications that youth has 
remained basically the same over the years. School events, dating, 
jokes -- all have played a part in school life. 





















Miss Dunphy to Murra> Graves '19, in Biology :— "Tell about the 
process of digestion. 

(. ra\es '19:- "Well when thr food is thoroughly masqueraded in the 
mouth, it passes to t!i« gullet." 



!l 



Mary Smile} does not want a certain young man to go hunting any- 
more because hr is such a dear she is afraid that he will be shot. (A note 
from the editor wishes to know whether she fears a sportsman's bullet 
or a cupid's arrow.) 



Humor 

in 

1916 



Freshy. to VVaruei '16: — "What is the most nervous thing in the 
world next to a girl. 

Warner '!•' "Me next a girl." 



Dear Teacher:- 

Please exeww ' ommy Wells from school yesterday afternoon as he 
• nto the mud. By doing the same you will grently oblige his mother. 

M RS 






»^. 






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I lumor in 1964 
Freshman Reception 




40 



rough the Years 




Our own bowler 




Pep Rally -- 1964 




Our own Beatle . 



Mr . Branch supplies perennial 
humor . 




41 



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DANCK OR DEB 



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s- mx TI.'OT > 





KXTRAS 




,1/' 



Through the years there have always 
been formal dances at Williamsburg 
High School. Above is a dance pro- 
gram from the 1925 Junior-Senior Prom. 




^ 



K«X TRO" 
FOX TKOT 
KOX TKOT 

16. . ' ■ ** I £~iu 

K.XTKAS 








In 1954 Miss Dunphy and Mr. Merritt still led the 
Grand March, a formality no longer observed. 



Although the trend today is towards more casual living, we still have 
a semiformal Christmas dance and a formal prom in May. 



42 




43 





Is it worth it? 



Ready to roll the BUGLE. 




Meatball's rival. 





Where is Sue ? 




Now all we need is our fearless leader! 



This is what they really do in the girls' room 



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SPORTS 



Varsity Cheerleaders 




STANDING: Eileen Adair, Sally Curtis, Elaine Sears, Judy Larkin. KNEELING: Susan Nutting, Janis 
Donovan, Linds Kellogg, Nancy Senecal, captain. 




Mary Smart and Henrietta Ronka cheering 
in 1954. 



Cheerleading has been a part of Wil- 
liamsburg High School since 1943 when a 
few girls from the basketball squad got 
together and formed a cheerleading group. 

In 1951, Mrs. Evelyn Kmit took charge 
of the group and secured uniforms for 
them, through the kindness of the Williams- 
burg Women's Club. The girls now pay for 
their own uniforms. 

The cheerleaders work many hours to 
perfect their various routines, but they 
never complain and are the backbone of the 
basketball team, cheering the players on 
to victory. 

The reward for these long hours of 
practice and cheering is the victory of the 
team, and the satisfaction of knowing they 
helped to achieve this. 



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J-V Cheerleaders 




Rebecca Ells, Dorothy Sylvester, Susan Healy, co-captain; Evelyn Thomas, co-captain; Kate Frost, Judy 
Richardson, Carol Blanchet . 



Drill Team 




Pat Lockwood, Cheryl Nugent, Penny Pomeroy, Delphine McDonough, Michelle McDonough, Cynthia 
Packard, Dorothy Sylvester, Norma Adair, Nancy McAvoy, Marjorie Beebe, Pamela Mitchell, Joyce Culver, 
Nancy Buffum, Marcia Skwira, Judy Banister, Barbara Stone, Linda Childs, Evelyn Thomas, Linda West . 
Absent when the picture was taken, Nancy Senecal. 



47 



Girls' Basketb 



Through the vears basketball has been the main sport at Williamsburg High 
School. As far back as 1916 the girls' team was establishing a reputation which 
still makes Burgy one of the most formidable girls' teams in the area. 

In the first issue of the "Unquomonk, " the original yearbook, the girls' bas- 
ketball games were described in detail. Starting the season with a fast moving 
game against the Smith School girls the Burgy Maidens then played their next 
game against Easthampton. "Their floor was very small and so very dark that 
we had to look twice to tell whether it was the ball that was coming or a stray 
bat. The result was a score of 21-4 in favor of Easthampton. However, our 
defeat by Easthampton daunted us but little." This dauntless spirit has persisted 
through the years and often led the team to victory against schools twice our 
size on floors much larger than ours . 

This year, in spite of the loss of the entire first string varsity through grad- 
uation, the Burgy Maidens played 14 games, winning 9 and losing 5. The start 
of the season saw some rapid action with history being made as the girls' team 
played its first game in overtime with St. Michael's. The final score was 26-24, 
a breathless Burgy victory. The rest of the season reflected this same keen 
competition and a commendable display of good sportsmanship . 



The Basketball Team in 1934 







FRONT ROW L to R: Evelyn Rustemeyer, Nancy Sheehan, Bernice Bickford SEC- 
OND ROW: Marjorie Damon, Marie Allaire, Edna Thayer, Mildred Sylvester BACK 
ROW: Dorothy Harrison, Phyllis Damon, Edward C. Foster, John M. Gordon, Ruth 
Sylvester, Maude Osborne. 



48 



rough the Years 




Varsity Basketball -- 1964 
FIRST ROW: Christine Magargal, Patricia Reddington, co-captains. SECOND ROW: Sidney Williston, Sarah 
Thomas, managers; Ellen Granger, Milenna McCoy, Marjorie Beebe, Deborah Feiker. THIRD ROW: Deborah 
Hathaway, Nancy Merit, Susan Otis, Sally Howes, Cheryl Nugent. 



VARSITY SCORES 



Varsity Games 



Burgy 



Opp 



Alumnae 

St. Michael's 

Dickinson Nurses 

Amherst 

Hopkins 

Sanderson 

Smith Academy 

Chester 

Hopkins 

Amherst 

Smith Academy 

Sanderson 

Dickinson Nurses 

St. Michael's 



31 
26 
37 
18 
24 
20 
34 
33 
44 
16 
42 
24 
44 
28 



22 
24 
21 
28 
16 
22 
11 
13 
17 
30 
13 
34 
15 
33 



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^ J 




Boys' 



Basketball 



1924 TEAM PICTURE 
Marcellus Cook, Mr. Stiles, 
Frances Manwell, Edward Foster, 
Edward Shuler, Wilbur Purrington, 
Charles Watling, Norman Goodwin. 



Over the years basketball at Williamsburg has advanced by leaps and bounds . 
Transportation, equipment, locker rooms -- everything from uniforms to coaching has 
been streamlined to keep pace with this rapidly growing sport. Competition has pro- 
gressed so tremendously that now tournaments merit radio coverage, and game attend- 
ance has soared so that the crowds of enthusiastic fans now demand more bleacher 
space. 

The appearance of the Burgy team has changed in some ways. The fans take a sec- 
ond look "when Burgy High comes marching down the floor, " and even the opposition 
must admit that the crew cuts and bright, neat uniforms give the boys a lead even be- 
fore the action starts . In a way, however, the appearance of the Burgy team has re- 
mained the same . We still have that drive, perseverance and unconquerable spirit 
which makes Burgy's reputation a formidable one. Most important we continue to put 
in first place the traditional quality of good sportsmanship. 

Another step forward has been the revolutionary change in coaching and training the 
basketball teams. To keep pace with this vigorous sport we now have a full coaching 
staff. The result is very noticeable when the team is out there on the floor. The never- 
ending variety of plays, defensive actions, and new techniques continue to confound the 
opposition and enable Burgy to thrust forward and come out each year with a more 
powerful team . 

An important play which really triggered a spurt of action was the building and 
equipping of the gymnasium . In order to keep stride with this rapidly-paced game, 
new locker rooms, scoring boards, and bleachers were included when the Anne T. 
Dunphy School was built in 1955. In the past, facilities limited the competition the 
team could face, and we could compete with only those teams in the surrounding area. 

This year the Williamsburg High School basketball team completed another success- 
ful season, finished the 1963-1964 campaign with a record of 19 wins and 4 losses. 
The team also took second place positions in both the Franklin League and in the Tri- 
State Small Schools Tournament. 

The team's success depended mainly on the able coaching of Mr. Tonet, and on the 
boys' cooperation, spirit, and team-work. John Campbell's high scoring along with 
his rebounding and that of Henry Thomas and Bob Otis won many games. Two new 
school scoring marks were established this year as John Campbell scored 52 points in 
one game and amassed 601 points during one season. The team's high scoring was 
supplemented by the superb playmaking of Bill Graves and captain Don Hutchins . Jeff 
Wells played an important role in the team's success as he served admirably as a 
front-line utility man. 

Henry Thomas, Don Hutchins, Bill Graves, and Bob Otis all scored points in crucial 
games to enable the team to win many victories. Valuable team members who played 
their last games in Burgy uniforms this year were Henry Thomas, Don Hutchins, Jeff 
Wells, and Russ Humphrey. 

The graduation of these four boys will present a challenge to coach Earl Tonet, but 
we hope that he will once again be able to build a new team next year which will com- 
mand the respect and attention of all opponents. 



' 






Boys' Basketball 




Left to right: Henry Thomas, Dave Mathers, Bob Otis, Russ Humphrey, John Campbell, Jeff Wells, Don Hutchins, 
Ken Stone, Bill Graves. 



PLAYER 


BASKETS 


FOULS 


FOUL 


PERSONAL REBOUNDS TOTAL 


TIME 






ATTEMPTS FOULS 




POINTS PLAYED 


Campbell 


259 


83 


142 


48 


232 


601 


684 


Thomas 


80 


41 


85 


46 


108 


201 


594 


Graves 


56 


39 


76 


62 


104 


151 


634 


Hutchins 


59 


23 


32 


30 


72 


141 


671 


Otis 


45 


37 


57 


35 


92 


127 


657 


Wells 


27 


13 


19 


18 


29 


67 


241 


Humphrey 


4 


5 


7 


4 


7 


13 


48 


Mathers 


4 


1 


1 


6 





9 


62 


Johndrow 


3 


2 


2 


1 


3 


8 


17 


Bushee 


2 


2 


4 





2 


6 


18 


Houle 


1 


2 


2 


1 


1 


4 


7 


Lloyd 


1 


1 


3 


1 


1 


3 


10 


Stone 





2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


16 


Golash, A. 




















3 


Beebe 








1 











3 


West 




















2 


Wilson 




















1 


Golash, P. 




















1 


Smith 











1 








1 


TOTALS 


530 


251 


434 


254 


653 


1333 


3680 


OPP. 


415 


148 


305 


310 


479 


978 


3680 


WON 19 
















LOST 4 






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Girls' Junior Varsity Basketball 




FIRST ROW: Margaret Clark; Marilyn Menard; Barbara Stone; Jane Parsons; Jean Batura. SECOND ROW: Sidney 
Williston, manager; Michelle Reddington; Sylvia Culver; Carla Swanda; Judy Bannister; Gloria Bushee; Sarah 
Thomas, manager. 





J.V. SCORES 






Burgy 


Op 


St. Michael's 


32 


8 


at Amherst 


9 


13 


Hopkin's Academy 
at Smith Academy 
at Hopkin's Academy 
Amherst 


25 
21 
25 
21 


4 

7 



18 


Smith Academy 
at St. Michael's 


11 
15 


6 
3 



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Boys' Junior Varsity Basketball 




FIRST ROW: Hamilton Mitchel, manager SECOND ROW: John Johndrow, Larry West, Ted Lloyd, Wayne Beebe, 
Robert Bushee THIRD ROW: Robert Wilson, Ken Stone, Coach David Grills, Warren Messeck, Alan Golash. 



urgy 
ftp. 

JAMES 

fathers 

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tone 

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loyd 

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Wilson 

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J. V. BA 


SKETBALL S 
1963-64 


UMMA1 


\Y 




J.v. 


Scores 
Burgy 


Op 


Baskets Personal 


Foul 


Fouls 


Total 


Time 










Fouls 


Attempts 


Made 


Points 


Played 
(quarters) 


Chester 
Gateway 


38 
37 


31 
31 


291 


186 


271 


124 


718* 


68 


Westfield Trade 


45 


47 


265 


199 


236 


97 


62 7 


68 


Hardwick 
Bclchertown 


31 
29 


14 
39 


49 


23 


71 


42 


140 


53 


Charlemont 


46 


38 


57 


36 


43 


20 


134 


56 


Smith School 


53 


30 


85 


23 


34 


19 


189 


59 


Westfield Trade 


40 


33 


65 


32 


44 


25 


155 


62 


Southwick 


44 


45 


13 


26 


34 


14 


40 


55 


Hardwick 


49 


51 


15 


32 


16 


6 


36 


55 


Chester 


50 


32 








2 


1 


1 


4 


Belchertown 


25 


51 


2 


6 


16 


3 


7 


30 


Charlemont 


38 


39 


3 











6 


11 


Smith School 


46 


44 


1 


3 


3 





2 


10 


Granby 


39 


50 


2 


2 


3 


1 


5 


14 


Gateway 


53 


20 





3 


5 


3 


3 


10 


Clarke School 


52 


42 



* 2 points scored by Rice of Charlemont 



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Basketball Banquet 




1LLIAMSBURG 

" SCHOOL 




Our master of ceremonies began the 
program . . . 




after a delicious dinner served by the citizens' committee. 




Then the awards 



Who says the Burgy Belles aren't winners? 



mi Mmk Wm mm m\\ ^ 

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Wm m 1 WW 9 * ^W^w- 






Our boys will show evidence 

of their successful year long after . 



the party is over. 



Cross Country 




SEATED: Warren Messeck, Stephen Snow, Ken Stone, Bill Graves, Alex Maslowski, Ray Smith. STANDING: 
Hamilton Mitchell, manager; Coach Earl Tonet, Rob Otis, Wayne Martin, John Campbell, Dan Walsh, Henry 
Thomas, Don Hutchins, Chris Walsh, Mike Houle, manager. 





Minnechaug 


Williamsburg 


at Tantasqua 


at Williamsburg 


R 


egional 


8 Graves 


1 


3 Hutchins 




1 


9 Hutchins 


2 


6 Graves 




2 


10 D. Walsh 


3 


8 Messeck 




4 


11 Messeck 


4 


9 D. Walsh 




5 


12 Stone 


5 


10 Campbell 




7 


50 


15 


36 




19 


Winning time: 


11:52 


Winning time: 12:21 














at Williamsbur 


g Arms Academy 


Williamsburg 


at Frontier 


2 Graves 


1 


2 Hutchins 




1 


3 D. Walsh 


8 


3 Graves 




9 


4 Hutchins 


10 


4 Campbell 




10 


5 Campbell 


11 


5 D. Walsh 




11 


6 Stone 


12 


6 Messeck 




12 


20 


42 


20 




43 


Winning time: 


11:59 


Winning time: 14:38 














Williamsburg 


at Northampton 


Williamsburg 


at Holyoke 


2 Graves 


1 


5 D. Walsh 




1 


3 Messeck 


4 


6 Messeck 




2 


5 Hutchins 


6 


7 Hutchins 




3 


7 D. Walsh 


9 


9 Graves 




4 


8 Stone 


10 


10 Campbell 




8 


25 


30 


37 




18 






Winning time: 16:33 




Winning time: 


14:28 




Amherst 






at Williamsburg 


R 


egional 


Western Massachusetts League 


5 Graves 




1 


Meet 


— 5th Place 


7 Hutchins 




2 






8 D. Walsh 




3 


Williamsburg 


at Southwick 


10 Messeck 




4 


4 Graves 


1 


12 Campbell 




6 


5 D. Walsh 


2 


42 




16 


6 Hutchins 


3 


Winning time: 11 


:16 




8 Messeck 

9 Otis 


7 
11 


at Williamsburg 


Southwick 


32 


24 


2 Hutchins 




1 


Winning time: 


12:05 


4 Graves 




3 






5 D. Walsh 




8 






6 Messeck 




11 






7 Campbell 




12 






24 




35 






Winning time: 12 


:13 






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Girls' Softball 




FIRST ROW: Janis Donovan, Linda Stone, Linda Kellogg, Shirley Liimatainen, Pamela Donovan, Barbara 
Mollison. SECOND ROW: Katherine Moran, manager; Linda Lavallee, Nancy Albert, Helen Fogg, Candy 
Black, Sue Healy, Sydney Williston, manager. THIRD ROW: Lynne Myers, Lynn Donovan, co-captain, Jean 
Batura, Kris Healy, co-captain, Susan Otis, Nancy Merritt, Kathy Otis. 

The 1963 Softball team, coached by Mrs. Kmit, was the strongest team that Williams 
burg has fielded to date. Since the sport was introduced for girls in 1958, much ex- 
perience has been gained, and the record of 7 wins and 1 loss this season was ample 
proof that this year's team was a well-rounded, smoothly -working group of players. 
Through graduation several seniors were lost, but with the swift, experienced pitching 
of Helen Fogg and catching duties ably handled by Kris Healy, plus a promising group 
of freshmen, the next season's team should be able to give a good account of itself in 
1964. 



Burgy 



Opp 



at St. Michael's 


20 


17 


at Belchertown 


27 


6 


at Northampton 


26 


8 


at Sanderson 


2 


3 


Northampton 


35 


10 


Belchertown 


15 


3 


St. Michael's 


20 


7 


Sanderson 


4 


2 






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Baseball 




KNEELING: Dale Howes, Ted Lloyd, Russ Humphrey, Larry Wood, Mick Donovan, Jon Kmit, manager STAND- 
ING: Earl Tonet, coach; Rob Otis, Jeff Wells, Rick Harry, Rick Turner, Ken Stone, Don Hutchins, Bill 
Graves, Jim Gromelski, Wayne Beebe, Jim Hickey, David Grills, coach. 



Player 



AB 



R 



H 



RBI 



PO 



BB 



SO 



Stone 


47 


7 


9 


6 


18 





1 


1 


17 


Hutchins 


42 


12 


10 


6 


17 


47 


10 


13 


10 


Donovan 


38 


16 


16 


14 


13 


17 


5 


11 


10 


Wood 


36 


15 


12 


14 


15 





2 


4 


9 


Gromelski 


42 


9 


7 


7 


83 


2 


3 


6 


7 


Humphrey 


24 


7 


6 


6 


9 








7 


7 


Hickey 


37 


14 


12 


14 


7 


17 


6 


6 


9 


Wells 


32 


4 


6 


7 


45 


9 


3 


1 


8 


Harry 


33 


8 


10 


8 


33 


37 


4 


9 


6 


Russell 














1 





1 


1 





Lloyd 


2 


1 








2 








3 





Howes 














1 














Otis 


12 


3 


5 


2 


2 





2 


2 


5 


Beebe 


8 


2 


2 


2 





11 


1 








Graves 


2 








1 


1 








1 





Turner 


7 





1 


2 


5 





2 





4 


Johndrow 


1 


























Pitcher 


IP 


R 


H 


ER 


BB 


so 




w 


L 


Harry 


45 2/3 


36 


41 


27 


36 


33 




3 


4 


Hutchins 


34 


30 


32 


25 


15 


41 




4 


1 


Beebe 


13 1/3 


13 


10 


11 


7 


14 




1 






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James Connor 
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Florence Casket Co. 
Florence Rest Home 
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Gray's Market 

Herlihy's 

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Look Restaurant, Inc. 

Mario Lee Hair Stylists 

Paddocks Cleaners & Tailors 

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College Diner 

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King & Cushman, Inc. 

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Northampton Radiator Co . , Inc 

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Noble Manufacturing Co . 
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Williamsburg Fuel Co . 
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